The fabulous Kimmie Gee (Beyonce Dancer) is coming to the Little 5 Points Community Center…It is an amazing empowerment program for girls….A Day of Diva Dance. Only 30 spots available for girls ages 8-13/14.
For ticket info call: 404.468.1473
The Seed and Feed Marching Abominals bring their music and fun to the 2012 Inman Park Festival. As they do with so many events, the “Abominables” march, perform, and entertain raising the level of fun where ever they go. We are proud of the the Seed and Feed as part of the Little 5 Points Community Center family.
Added feature of opening night of the Euclid Arts Collective Holiday Open House: Meet and Greet Board members on Friday, December 2, 2011, 7-9 pm Please stop by our table on the second floor and chat about the partners at the Little Five Points Community Center and their activities and exciting upcoming events. Learn about the opportunities of the Community Committee or board membership. Sunday hours for Meet and Greet to be announced.
Call for more information: 404.522.2926
We are so excited to announce the first resident sponsored COMMUNITY DAY EVENT! On Saturday, September 17th from 10pm-6pm we are planning a family fun day filled with workshops, demos, food, and fun for the entire community.
There will be workshops on creative writing, legal consultation, theatre performance, activism, African dance, and programming for kids…and so much more! Programs offered by seasoned artists, creatives, and professionals from the Little 5 Points Community Center and our neighborhood.
Mark your calendar and save the date. To volunteer, or present a workshop for Community Day and get free entry call 404.522.2926 or email Imani at email@example.com. More details to come.
Thanks for a great elevator dedication on April, 10 2011. For all who attended, it was a great time to celebrate the Little Five Points community.
Fill out the following form if you are interested in learning more about L5PCC!
WOW! Nothing short of 55 voluHD1nteers showed on up on one of Georgia’s hottest summer days on July 28, 2010 to beautify the Little 5 Points Community Center. They were proudly sporting their Home Depot orange tees, organized to the hilt and energized beyond what seemed possible for 6:30 in the morning. They worked many hours mulching, planting and organizing the front yard and two common areas in the Center. They split up in several teams for their marching orders and worked well into the day.
Many thanks to Ty Hodges of Home Depot for his leadership in executing this exciting volunteer day. The commitment to HD2excellence was truly evident in the care and quality of the team’s workmanship. The Center was honored and proud to be the recipient of this fantastic day of community giving.
Here are some pictures from the event.
Everyone had a great time at the L5PCC fundraising party at the Trolley Barn and here are some pictures to prove it.
A special thanks for our host Atlanta Councilman Kwanza Hall.
The Joe Shifalo Memorial was held on March 25, 2010 at the Little 5 Points Community Center (L5PCC). Special thanks to Horizon Theatre for hosting the event.
Joe Shifalo was the former Executive Director of the L5PCC and served for many years. His community involvement has been an inspiration to many.
Here are some pictures from this event. Everyone had a good time, as Joe would have wanted.